Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

Long Week

by Rob G

Here’s your drive home lineups

On Sportsnet 590 The FAN from 4-7pm, Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown. Damien Cox co-hosts from 5pm:

400 – Tim Micallef & Sid Seixeiro, Sportsnet 590 The FAN
420 – Richard Deitsch, SI.com
440 – Chris Johnson, Sportsnet
500 – Open segment
520 – Gregg Zaun, Sportsnet
540 – Candice Malcolm, Ontario Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation
600 – Glenn Healy, HNIC
620 – Jarrett Bell, USA Today
640 – Tripp Mickle, Sports Business Journal

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, TSN Drive with Dave Naylor. co-hosts:

TBD

On TSN (5pm) & TSN2 (6:30pm), Off the Record with Michael Landsberg:

Rob Ray, Former NHL Enforcer
Steve Simmons and Dave Feschuk, Columnists
Ruben Brown and Mitch Berger, Retired NFL Pro Bowlers

Today on Sportsline:

TBD

COMMENTS

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    (Another) Andrew 7 years ago

    Twitter Wars from earlier this month. Former PTS regular sports business reporter Darren Rovell vs present-day PTS regular Richard Deitsch…again.

    Disappointing that a day after an NFL weekend that a pre-season hockey brawl is a bigger story for Toronto sports media. Mind you it is not surprising, but still disappointing.

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    Reel E 7 years ago

    How is it a disappointing? The Leafs major free agent acquisition makes a bonehead move in a nothing game and gets a 10 game suspension. He will start the season watching when he was supposed to be making a difference. That’s not a major story?With all due respect Andrew, if you don’t get it, you shouldn’t be commenting on anything. You’re clearly out of your element.

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    Don River 7 years ago

    Yeah, not surprising at all. Just goes to show the Leafs trump all in this town. And it’s not even close.

    The NFL audience in Toronto, whatever their number, is also extremely fragmented. You’ve got your fans of individual fans, your fantasy players, and your hardcore and softcore (pro-line) bettors. Obviously some of those overlap, but it makes it a lot harder for an NFL story to resonate with the general GTA sports public.